A British court has ordered King Arthur to stop hanging around Stonehenge, the Daily Telegraph reports. The pagan protester—who legally changed his name to King Arthur Pendragon decades ago—has been camped near the ancient stone site since last June. He argues that the site should be open to all and that people should be allowed to walk right up to the stones.
“It's a complete travesty and there was simply no justice in today's ruling," said Pendragon, flanked by fellow druids in robes outside the court. The former soldier and Hell's Angel, who says the fence around Stonehenge "holds it in a stranglehold like a snared animal," vowed to return today to continue his vigil despite being barred from the site.